Pilgrim's Progress in Modern English
First published in 1678, this book has been called "the greatest allegory ever written." It is just as relevant today as it was when John Bunyan wrote it from his prison cell. The Pilgrim's Progress is a story every Christian can relate to. From Christian's first stirrings of the Holy Spirit beckoning him to follow Christ, to his final arrival in the Celestial City of God - you will feel as if it is you reliving your spiritual journey. 450 pgs, pb.
This soft-cover series of books from Bridge-Logos is beautifully done. These classic works have been sensitively revised and updated in modern English and include a color timeline on the inside cover, black and white illustrations and a detailed index. They are excellent books for anyone who wants help going deeper in their Christian walk. Some volumes still include a CD of audio excerpts from the book, although the publisher is transitioning to offering audio files on their website, rather than including CDs with books. Please see our website for more up-to-date information on the status of each. ~ Jerry
This well-known book by John Bunyan has been translated and read all over the world. Written over three hundred years ago, it is a spectacular allegory of the Christian life. The main character, formerly known as Graceless but now called Christian, leaves the City of Destruction in order to reach the Celestial City. However, the journey is not easy, and before he gets there he will have to traverse the hill Difficulty, the Valley of the Shadow of Death, and even Vanity Fair. He meets both friends and enemies on his journey, such as Hopeful, Mercy, and the Giant Despair of Doubting Castle. A couple different editions are available, both softcover.